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The most important discovery ever made known to mankind


Published 1820
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Each pt. has special t.-p

Signed: "Zion-Ward [i.e., John Ward]."--pt. 3, p. 8

Part 1. Wherein it is clearly shewn, that all people are entirely freed from every charge of sin whatever, so that priestcraft, the great accuser of man will now be cast down, and end in the total failure of the trade of priests, in every part of the world; by which the white slaves will be emancipated as well as the blacks, and the professions of lawyer anddoctor will shortly be no more -- Pt. 2. In which it is manifested from scripture, nature, and reason, that mankind never committed any sin against God -- Pt. 3. Wherein the meaning of destruction, banishmnet, and damnation, is clearly shewn, and that there is no place of torment for mankind hereafter

Numbers 20-22 in a bound volume of rare English pamphlets entitled "Divine revelations and prophecies."

Some light browning

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Volume no. 13
Publisher S.l. : s.n.
Pages 10
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Brigham Young University
Book contributor Harold B. Lee Library
Collection victorianbrighamyounguniv; brigham_young_university; americana
Notes No title page found. No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found.

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